Newlyweds Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell leave his London home Monday for a honeymoon in the Caribbean, looking relaxed and happy after a wedding reception that lasted until the wee hours of the morning. The festivities got so loud, the neighbors called the cops!
The couple was married in a simple civil ceremony before a select group of family and friends.
Fellow Beatle Ringo Starr was there as was Barbara Walters, who is Nancy's second cousin. Beatrice, McCartney's seven-year-old daughter with Heather Mills, was a flower girl.
Paul married his first wife, the late Linda McCartney, in the same place 42 years ago!
After the ceremony the guests showered Paul and Nancy with rose petals. They goofed around as they posed for pictures and waved to a huge crowd of fans.
Nancy's elegant wedding dress was made by Paul's daughter, fashion designer Stella McCartney.
Stella famously refused to make a dress for Heather Mills, but she said she completely approved of Nancy.
The wedding reception was at Paul's London mansion.
Inside, McCartney serenaded his new bride with some of his greatest hits.
He sang Let It Be, and one of Nancy's favorite McCartney songs, "Let Me Roll It."
He also sang a song he wrote especially for the occasion, and it brought Nancy to tears.
The low -ey ceremony and reception reportedly cost just $50,000, a sharp contrast to his wedding to Heather Mills, which cost a reported $1.5 million!
Surprisingly, Paul and Nancy do not have a pre-nup.
Even though his divorce from Heather Mills cost him a reported $39 million, Paul did not want a pre-nup.
Besides, Nancy is a wealthy trucking heiress from New Jersey and, is said to be worth $400 million.
Who needs money anyway, when all you need is love!